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MidAmerican offers payments to neighbors who might be affected by them, even if the turbines aren't on their property. The utility said the payments are substantial, but declined to say exactly how much.

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People who don't want wind turbines on their property don't sign contracts. Fehrman, MidAmerican's CEO, said federal production tax credits helped get the fledgling industry running.

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Fleenor said he no longer socializes with a few longtime friends who agreed to place turbines on their land. Already, he can see the red lights from a wind farm some 30 miles away.

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They flash all night long. Each turbine takes up about half an acre.

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